Zoolook Jean-Michel Jarre
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Info for Zoolook
A study in sampling and perhaps Jarre’s most experimental album to date, Zoolook was created in collaboration with musicians such as Laurie Anderson. Constructed from disparate sampled fragments of songs and speech in more than 30 different languages, Zoolook moves from avant-garde to electro and funk.
„On the first departure of his career since 1977's Oxygène, Jean Michel Jarre combined an actual band and processed vocal samples -- recorded in 25 different languages -- with his rich, melodic synthesizer pop. The rhythm is often propelled by guttural vocal snippets, as on 'Ethnicolor' and 'Zoolookologie.' That's not half as disconcerting for those used to his previous work as the album's art-funk backing: Adrian Belew on guitar, Marcus Miller on bass, and Yogi Horton on drums, plus Laurie Anderson on one track. Though Zoolook is interesting throughout, the tracks with Jarre alone are often the best, reprising the classic Oxygène sound.“ (John Bush, AMG)
Jean Michel Jarre, keyboards, Fairlight CMI
Laurie Anderson, vocals
Adrian Belew, guitars, effects
Yogi Horton, drums
Marcus Miller, bass
Frederick Rousseau, additional keyboards
Ira Siegel, additional guitars
Engineered by David Lord
Produced by Jean Michel Jarre
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